Bafazi, a movement of female cyclists based in Botswana and South Africa, will ride to the rescue next Saturday, donating stationary to students at Letlole Primary School in Mmankgodi. The group describe themselves as ‘a blossoming sisterhood’ that evolved from a virtual cycling camaraderie. As well as the handover, the ladies will take to their bikes over two distances, 60km and 120km, starting and finishing in Gaborone.Gearing up for the big day, Botswana Bafazi leader, Sharon Mahube-Sebeo, explained that while this is a women’s initiative, men who wish to join the cycle are more than welcome. “This will be the second Bafazi cycling event. We are thrilled to have an opportunity to contribute positively to society in partnership with individuals and businesses with the same corporate responsibility initiatives,” said Mahube-Sebeo.

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